This is a long-standing problem which is getting more and more annoying (or so I feel, might be just an impression). I was wondering if anybody might be interested in helping me debug and fix it. I can repeat this at will using Tivoli Storage Manager for Linux to backup my -CURRENT laptop. Basically, after a few minutes I start getting these messages; at that point networking is basically hosed until I kill TSM.
First of all, is this just an application misbehaving and it should be fixed only by tuning some sysctl, or is it an OS bug proper? Note that -STABLE doesn't exhibit this problem. netstat -m output is as follow: mbuf usage: GEN list: 0/0 (in use/in pool) CPU #0 list: 71/144 (in use/in pool) Total: 71/144 (in use/in pool) Maximum number allowed on each CPU list: 512 Maximum possible: 18432 Allocated mbuf types: 46 mbufs allocated to data 25 mbufs allocated to packet headers 0% of mbuf map consumed mbuf cluster usage: GEN list: 0/0 (in use/in pool) CPU #0 list: 20/66 (in use/in pool) Total: 20/66 (in use/in pool) Maximum number allowed on each CPU list: 128 Maximum possible: 9216 0% of cluster map consumed 168 KBytes of wired memory reserved (34% in use) 0 requests for memory denied 0 requests for memory delayed 0 calls to protocol drain routines Relevant parts of vmstat -m: Memory statistics by type Type Kern Type InUse MemUse HighUse Limit Requests Limit Limit Size(s) mbufmgr 65 31K 32K 31594K 268785 0 0 16,32,64,128,8K,32K What else is needed to diagnose this? It's been baffling me for much too long... Bye, Andrea -- Tagline generated by 'gensig' mail-client-independent .signature generator. Get your copy at http://www.geeks.com/~robf/gensig/ To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe freebsd-current" in the body of the message